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									                                                                                                                                                Annex 6




                          Description and observations                                                 Name and description              UN No. Class

                                                                                                                   3.1.2                           2.2
                                              (8)                                                                    (2)                  (1)     (3a)
Liquid wastes, for which little information is available. Wastes which are believed to        WATER-REACTIVE LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S.   3129      4.3
contain the following substances and articles shall not be accepted for carriage in
accordance with the provisions of this paragraph.
- explosives,
- radioactive material,
- infectious substances,
- self-reactive substances,
- pyrophoric substances,
- organic peroxides,
- gases, except aerosols and gas cartridges and
- polyhalogenated bi- and terphenyls as well as
- all substances which are not accepted for carriage in accordance with the provisions
of RID/ADR.
Liquid wastes, for which little information is available, but for which there is no reason to WATER-REACTIVE LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S.       3130      4.3
believe that they cannot be assigned to the substances or articles described in the
previous row and that they are not corrosive within the meaning of RID/ADR.

Liquid wastes which cannot be assigned to the substances or articles described in the WATER-REACTIVE LIQUID, N.O.S.                      3148      4.3
previous rows and for which there is no reason to believe that they are toxic within the
meaning of RID/ADR.
Liquid wastes for which there is no reason to believe that they emit flammable gases on FLAMMABLE LIQUID, TOXIC, CORROSIVE, N.O.S.       3286      3
contact with water.
Liquid wastes for which there is no reason to believe that they emit flammable gases on FLAMMABLE LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S.              2924      3
contact with water and that they are toxic within the meaning of RID/ADR.
                                                  Annex 6




Classificati   Packing    Labels UN No. Class
 on code        group
    2.2         2.1.1.3    5.2.2            2.2
   (3b)           (4)       (5)      (1)   (3a)
   WC1             I       4.3+8    3129    4.3




   WT1            I        4.3+     3130   4.3
                            6.1


    W1            I         4.3     3148   4.3


   FTC            I       3+6.1+8   3286    3

    FC            I        3+8      2924    3
                                                                                                                                     Annex 6




                          Description and observations                                                 Name and description   UN No. Class

                                                                                                               3.1.2                    2.2
                                              (8)                                                               (2)            (1)     (3a)
Liquid wastes for which there is no reason to believe that they emit flammable gases on FLAMMABLE LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S.       1992       3
contact with water, but which are known not to be corrosive, but are toxic within the
meaning of RID/ADR, e.g. old oils, including those with low concentrations of chlorine
(e.g. polychlorinated hydrocarbons) as well as wastes with methanol, wastes with
hydrocarbons containing hydrocarbons [with the exception of isocyanates of UN 2285],
e.g. trichloroethane, trichloroethylene (Tri), perchloroethylene (Per), methylene chloride,
carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, filter cartridges from chemical cleaning plants, anti-
caking agents, wastes with liquid, flammable, toxic or with liquid, toxic, flammable
pesticides.
Note: If there is reason to believe that the waste contains polyhalogenated biphenyls
and/or terphenyls, carriage under the conditions of this paragraph is prohibited. Tests
must then be carried out to determine the concentration of polyhalogenated biphenyls
and terphenyls.
Liquid wastes for which there is no reason to believe that they emit flammable gases on FLAMMABLE LIQUID, N.O.S.              1993      3
contact with water, but which are known to be non-corrosive and non-toxic within the
meaning of RID/ADR, such as petrol, spirit, petroleum, alcohols, except methanol, as
well as wastes containing paint, adhesives and varnishes with a "toxic" subsidiary risk
(cf. UN 1992), wastes containing paint and varnishes with nitrocellulose with not more
than 55% nitrocellulose containing not more than 12.6% nitrogen in the dry mass.
Note: For wastes consisting of residual packagings, solidified and liquid paint residues,
see also UN 1263, special provision 650.

Liquid wastes for which there is no reason to believe that they emit flammable gases on OXIDIZING LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S.   3098      5.1
contact with water or that they have a flash-point of 60 °C or less, but which are known
to be corrosive, but not toxic, within the meaning of RID/ADR, such as wastes with
hydrogen peroxide solutions, e.g. certain cleaning materials and hair dyes.

Liquid wastes for which there is no reason to believe that they emit flammable gases on OXIDIZING LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S.       3099      5.1
contact with water or that they have a flash-point of 60 °C or less, but which are known
to be toxic, but not corrosive, within the meaning of RID/ADR.
Liquid wastes for which there is no reason to believe that they emit flammable gases on OXIDIZING LIQUID, N.O.S.              3139      5.1
contact with water or that they have a flash-point of 60 °C or less, but which are known
not to be corrosive or toxic within the meaning of RID/ADR.
                                                Annex 6




Classificati   Packing    Labels UN No. Class
 on code        group
    2.2         2.1.1.3   5.2.2           2.2
   (3b)           (4)      (5)     (1)   (3a)
   FT1             I      3+6.1   1992     3




    F1            I         3     1993    3




   OC1            I       5.1+8   3098   5.1




   OT1            I        5.1+   3099   5.1
                            6.1

    O1            I        5.1    3139   5.1
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                             Description and observations                                                    Name and description         UN No. Class

                                                                                                                    3.1.2                           2.2
                                             (8)                                                                     (2)                   (1)     (3a)
Liquid wastes for which there is no reason to believe that they emit flammable gases on       CORROSIVE LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S.             2922       8
contact with water or that they have a flash-point of 60°C or less or that they are
oxidizing, but which are known to be toxic within the meaning of RID/ADR.
Liquid wastes for which there is no reason to believe that they emit flammable gases on       CORROSIVE LIQUID, SELF-HEATING, N.O.S.      3301      8
contact with water or that they have a flash-point of 60 °C or less or that they are
oxidizing, but which are known not to be toxic, but are self-heating, within the meaning
of RID/ADR.
Liquid wastes which are known to be exclusively corrosive within the meaning of               CORROSIVE LIQUID, ACIDIC, ORGANIC, N.O.S.   3265      8
RID/ADR, wastes with acidic substances containing fluorine, liquid halides and other
liquid halogenated substances (except fluorine compounds), which emit acidic vapours
on contact with moist air or water, liquid carboxylic acids and their anhydrides as well as
liquid halogen carboxylic acids and their anhydrides, alkyl and aryl sulphonic acids, alkyl
sulphuric acids and organic acidic halides, acetic acid, chlorosulphonic acid, formic
acid, chloroacetic acid, propionic acid, toluol-sulphonic acids.
Note 1: If it is not known whether the substance is organic or inorganic, it shall always
be assigned to the UN No. for organic substances.
Note 2: Mixtures of nitric acid and hydrochloric acid, not denitrated, are not accepted for
carriage.
Note 3: Chemically unstable mixtures of nitrating acid, not denitrated, are not accepted
for carriage.
Note 4: Perchloric acid aqueous solutions with more than 72% pure acid, by mass, are
not accepted for carriage.
Note 5: Chemically unstable mixtures of waste sulphuric acid are not accepted for
carriage.
Liquid wastes which are known to be exclusively corrosive within the meaning of               CORROSIVE LIQUID, BASIC, ORGANIC, N.O.S.    3267      8
RID/ADR, such as liquid basic wastes (except UN 2029), wastes from formaldehyde
solutions, e.g. certain cleaning materials, disinfectants.
Note: If it is not known whether the substance is organic or inorganic, it shall always be
assigned to the UN No. for organic substances.
                                                Annex 6




Classificati   Packing    Labels UN No. Class
 on code        group
    2.2         2.1.1.3   5.2.2           2.2
   (3b)           (4)      (5)     (1)   (3a)
   CT1             I      8+6.1   2922     8


   CS1            I       8+4.2   3301    8



    C3            I         8     3265    8




    C7            I         8     3267    8
                                                                                                                                                 Annex 6




                             Description and observations                                                   Name and description          UN No. Class

                                                                                                                  3.1.2                             2.2
                                              (8)                                                                  (2)                     (1)     (3a)
Liquid wastes which are known to be exclusively corrosive within the meaning of             CORROSIVE LIQUID, ACIDIC, INORGANIC, N.O.S.   3264       8
RID/ADR, wastes with nitric acid (UN 2031), nitrating acid mixtures (UN 1796 and UN
1826), sulphuric acid (UN 1830) or perchloric acid (UN 1802), e.g. certain cleaning
materials, beer scale removal pastes, lead sulphate or battery acid as well as aqueous
solutions of hydrogen halides (except hydrogen fluoride), acidic substances containing
fluorine, liquid halides and other liquid halogenated substances (except fluorine
compounds which emit acidic vapours on contact with moist air or water), hydrochloric
acid, phosphoric acid or thionylchloride.
Note 1: If it is not known whether the substance is organic or inorganic, it shall always
be assigned to the UN No. for organic substances.
Note 2: Mixtures of nitric acid and hydrochloric acid, not denitrated, are not accepted for
carriage.
Note 3: Chemically unstable mixtures of nitrating acid, not denitrated, are not accepted
for carriage.
Note 4: Perchloric acid aqueous solutions with more than 72% pure acid, by mass, are
not accepted for carriage.
Note 5: Chemically unstable mixtures of waste sulphuric acid are not accepted for
carriage.

Liquid wastes which are known to be exclusively corrosive within the meaning of              CORROSIVE LIQUID, BASIC, INORGANIC, N.O.S.   3266      8
RID/ADR, such as wastes with aqueous ammonia solutions with not more than 35%
ammonia, liquid basic wastes (except UN 2029), e.g. certain cleaning materials with
sodium and/or potassium hydroxide as well as soda lime, bronzing agents with sodium
and/or potassium sulphide (washing-up liquids or descalers with sodium metasilicate,
lime water with calcium hydroxide).
Note. If it is not known whether the substance is organic or inorganic, it shall always be
assigned to the UN No. for organic substances.
Liquid wastes for which it is known that they are exclusively corrosive within the           CORROSIVE LIQUID, N.O.S.                     1760      8
meaning of RID/ADR, such as wastes with chlorite and hypochlorite solutions, e.g.
certain chlorine bleaching agents, solutions of swimming pool chlorination agents
containing solids which, in accordance with this paragraph, are to be assigned to UN
No. 1479.
Note. If it is not known whether the substance is organic or inorganic, it shall always be
assigned to the UN No. for organic substances.
                                                Annex 6




Classificati   Packing    Labels UN No. Class
 on code        group
    2.2         2.1.1.3   5.2.2           2.2
   (3b)           (4)      (5)     (1)   (3a)
    C1             I        8     3264     8




    C5            I         8     3266    8




    C9            I         8     1760    8
                                                                                                                                             Annex 6




                             Description and observations                                                    Name and description     UN No. Class

                                                                                                                    3.1.2                       2.2
                                              (8)                                                                    (2)               (1)     (3a)
Liquid wastes which are known to be exclusively toxic within the meaning of RID/ADR,         TOXIC LIQUID, ORGANIC, N.O.S.            2810      6.1
e.g. wastes with cyanide, such as gold and silver cleaning agents.
Note 1: If it is not known whether the substance is organic or inorganic, it shall always
be assigned to the UN No. for organic substances.
Note 2: If there is reason to believe that the waste contains polyhalogenated biphenyls
and/or terphenyls, carriage under the conditions of this paragraph is prohibited. Tests
must then be carried out to determine the concentration of polyhalogenated biphenyls
and terphenyls.
Liquid wastes which are known to be exclusively toxic within the meaning of RID/ADR,         TOXIC LIQUID, INORGANIC, N.O.S.          3287      6.1
e.g. wastes with cyanide, such as gold and silver cleaning agents.
Note 1: If it is not known whether the substance is organic or inorganic, it shall always
be assigned to the UN No. for organic substances.
Note 2: If there is reason to believe that the waste contains polyhalogenated biphenyls
and/or terphenyls, carriage under the conditions of this paragraph is prohibited. Tests
must then be carried out to determine the concentration of polyhalogenated biphenyls
and terphenyls.
Liquid wastes which are known to be exclusively self-heating within the meaning of           SELF-HEATING LIQUID, ORGANIC, N.O.S.     3183      4.2
RID/ADR.
Note. If it is not known whether the substance is organic or inorganic, it shall always be
assigned to the UN No. for organic substances.
Liquid wastes which are known to be exclusively self-heating within the meaning of           SELF-HEATING LIQUID, INORGANIC, N.O.S.   3186      4.2
RID/ADR.
Note. If it is not known whether the substance is organic or inorganic, it shall always be
assigned to the UN No. for organic substances.
                                                Annex 6




Classificati   Packing    Labels UN No. Class
 on code        group
    2.2         2.1.1.3   5.2.2           2.2
   (3b)           (4)      (5)     (1)   (3a)
    T1             I       6.1    2810    6.1




    T4            I        6.1    3287   6.1




    S1            II       4.2    3183   4.2



    S3            II       4.2    3186   4.2

								
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